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Should Western Balkans countries access the EU jointly or independently, was the issue discussed by the best attendees of the Spring Debate School, organised by the EU Info Centre, academic debate network Open Communication, and BEUM student association.
Serbian police have made a significant progress in increasing the number of uncovered illegal immigrants, given that it detected 6790 illegal immigrants during the first quarter of 2014, whereas throughout the last year they detected as much as 8570, Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Michael Davenport said.
The European Union has granted more than EUR2,3 million to social welfare and health care institutions, civil society organisations, and local governments in Serbia, that took part in the call for proposals on “Support to deinstitutionalisation and social inclusion of persons with intellectual disabilities and mental health problems.”
Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran Care and Social Issues, Government of the Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Health, Government of Serbia and the project „OPEN ARMS“ invite you to attend ceremonial grants announcement event under the Open Call for Proposals “Support for de-institutionalization and social inclusion of persons with mental disability and mental illness” funded by the European Union.
In the future, all countries negotiating membership to the EU will have to follow the Croatian model of joining this organisation, said Gordan Markotić Croatian Ambassador to Serbia, addressing the Faculty of Political Sciences’ students that have visited the Embassy of the youngest EU member, within the “Open Doors” manifestation organised by the EU Info Centre.
On Saturday, May 31, Prva TV starts broadcasting series “Europe, hell yeah!” co-produced by the EU Delegation to Serbia and Monte Royal Pictures production company. Each of the 26 episodes informs viewers on a certain aspect of EU integrations and Serbia’s adjustment to this process, but it also points out to Serbia’s values on its way to the EU.
This week, representative offices of Germany, Hungary and Bulgaria were venues of the “Open Doors” event, within which the EU Member States’ embassies host students and high school pupils, bringing them closer to the countries they represent.
The EU Member States ambassadors, Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Michael Davenport, Serbian Minister and Provincial Secretary of Culture Ivan Tasovac and Slaviša Grujiæ, visited Thursday the town of Bač, where several EU-funded projects were being carried out, including the setting up of an open museum, a unique cultural complex around Serbia.
EU Members States’ ambassadors to Serbia, Head of the EU Delegation Ambassador Michael Davenport, Minister of Culture and Information Ivan Tasovac and Provincial Secretary for Culture and Information Slaviša Grujić will visit the municipality of Bač on Thursday 29 May 2014, where they will talk to municipal authorities and tour several EU-funded cultural projects.